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Mr Coe: So why did they ban GetUp?
MR RATTENBURY: I will add that, as Mr Coe has interjected across the room—
MADAM SPEAKER: This is not a conversation. Question time is over.
MR RATTENBURY: I do not know why GetUp was banned in 2012—it was before my time as minister—but we now have a clear policy going forward. I cannot answer Mr Coe's question.
Mr Coe interjecting—
MR RATTENBURY: We also have live export ads. You don't seem exercised by that. What's your problem?
MADAM SPEAKER: This is not a conversation. If you want a briefing, get a briefing.
Mr Hanson interjecting—
MADAM SPEAKER: Order! Mr Hanson is on a warning and Mr Coe is getting very close.
MS BERRY: In response to Ms Lawder's question about the price of the eight town houses that were purchased in O'Connor, they were purchased for $2.5 million, they were refurbished in 1996, and there are no heritage restrictions.
Madam Speaker presented the following papers:
Annual Reports (Government Agencies) Act, pursuant to section 15—Annual Reports 2014-2015—
Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory—Office of the Legislative Assembly, dated September 2015.
ACT Electoral Commission—
Annual report, dated 23 September 2015.
Corrigendum No 2.
ACT Ombudsman, dated October 2015.
ACT Auditor-General—Report No. 8/2015, dated 12 October 2015.
Travel to the Republic of Taiwan—Advice to the Speaker from the Ethics and Integrity Adviser, dated 6 August 2014.
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